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Scientific Dialogue : Animals & Habitat

Gabrielle B Durand |20 avril 2022

Using small animals to answer a big question: Why do animals leave their habitats?

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Theme: Living universe Ecology

Facilitator and partner: Nathalie Jreidini, PhD Biology student, McGill University, Redpath Museum

 

During a scientific dialogue, students are invited to exchange with a scientist via videoconference. The themes are varied and come from the four PFÉQ universes. The scientists talk about the nature of their work, their academic background, their qualities and skills and, above all, they share their knowledge. 

 

This activity allows your students to develop their scientific and technological culture, to be introduced to current scientific and technological developments, to learn about the ways of doing science and technology and to appreciate the scientific phenomena present in their environment and thus offer them opportunities to witness technological advances.

 

All science dialogues are 60 minutes long and are intended for students in all cycles of primary school.

To prepare for this meeting, visit this Padlet to:

  1. Watch the video presentation of our scientist;
  2. Ask your questions to our scientist

The connection link will be sent to you by email the day before the activity.

Sequence of work sessions for this activity

Work Sessions

Scientific Dialogue - Animals and their Habitat

Date & time :
2022-04-20 13:20
Type of work sessions :
Visioconférence

Description

Using small animals to answer a big question: Why do animals leave their habitats?

 

Theme: Living universe Ecology

Facilitator and partner: Nathalie Jreidini, PhD Biology student, McGill University, Redpath Museum

April 20th, 13h20 to 14h20

To prepare for this meeting, visit this Padlet to:

  1. Watch the video presentation of our scientist;
  2. Ask your questions to our scientist

The connection link will be sent to you by email the day before the activity.

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